Blizzard: Overwatch 2 ‘Launch Experience Has Been Frustrating For Many’

Junker Queen in Overwatch 2 stretches both arms in front of a Junkertown sign.

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Overwatch 2 he’s not having a good time. after passing two attacks by outside parties this made it almost impossible to play hero shooter came under fire for bad cell phone policy. Then there were many problems trying to play Overwatch 2 with friends. Blizzard has worked to alleviate these pains, removing the need for phones altogether and allowing more players to experience the sequel as the week goes on, but not before some. Extended blackout Thursday night. fans on friday discovered a chat bug that randomly spends their real-world money in the shop. Now to kick start the evening and weekend, Blizzard has another update.

In a new status update postBlizzard has expressed its gratitude that fans have been “patient” throughout this entire saga, and while there are some welcome improvements at the moment, the game’s larger status update is still a mixed bag.

Effective immediately, Blizzard announced that since June 9, 2021, console players with a linked Battle.net account and any PC players with linked accounts will no longer need a mobile phone, effective immediately in the status update. In an email, a Blizzard spokesperson said all new players Overwatch 2however, it would still need a phone number, so the requirement has not completely disappeared.

Although Blizzard says that it has made progress on issues such as account merger issues with players who cannot access the Watchpoint Pack purchased on consoles, the developer states that some may still experience hiccups. There is still a queue for the first issue, and the second issue, especially PlayStation owners, may not see the product in their inventory. A fix will reportedly be released late tonight. Some may still experience these annoying login issues, but Blizzard has made this seem like a much smaller hurdle for the game.

Perhaps the most ironic point in the status update is what replaces the login issue. Here’s how Blizzard improves on how players can now experience a worse experience elsewhere:

Now that we’ve increased our capacity and have higher player concurrency, matchmaking systems are affected, meaning you may see a wait before being placed in a match. We’re changing the configurations on this system today, and we hope to shorten that wait a bit throughout the day. We’ll continue to review matchmaking queues over the weekend to identify additional improvements we can make.

At least you can be in the game while you wait.

Blizzard knows that after last week, fans may be disappointed.

Thank you very much for your patience and thank you for your support. Overwatch 2 experience for all players.

For now, it’s like overwatch Players will have to hold off tight until next week to see more meaningful changes beyond what’s scheduled to hit the game tonight.

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